The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society is a much loved, award winning novel (and movie) that shares our small island’s big history.
Author Mary-Ann Shaffer fell in love with Guernsey and its fascinating history on a brief trip to the Island in 1980. The Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles to be occupied by the German Armed Forces during the war and reminders of this dark era are still present to explore today
One of the most significant and fascinating periods of Guernsey’s history, the German Occupation lasted from 1940 to 1945. Learn more about the hardships the Island faced by visiting one of our Occupation museums or gripping exhibits.
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There are several guided tours designed to bring the book to life for visitors to Guernsey! Visit places described in the novel and learn more about the true stories of heroism & tragedy during the Occupation.
During WWII, the Germans covered Guernsey’s coastline in concrete fortifications making it one of the most heavily fortified place on earth. Hundreds of reinforced bunkers, gun emplacements and tunnels were constructed and can still be visited today.
Free music and enterainment at Castle Cornet
Enjoy some fantastic food and entertainment at The Farmhouse this August bank holiday.
Guernsey offers a great selection of Hotels, Self Catering, Guest Accommodation & Campsites.
Guernsey is easily accessible with regular flights from many UK airports and regular sailings from Portsmouth & Poole
From farmers’ markets to summer shows, food festivals and town carnivals, Guernsey is ready to entertain you.
Simple pleasures and thrilling adventures. Explore the many different activities that the islands have to offer.